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350 crawler overheating
|Doug||My 350 crawler loader with a 188D engine runs hot. I have replaced the radiator and thermostat.
Is the fan supposed to blow to the front?
Any other ideas?
|Sean||Yes the fan on the loader pushes the air out through the front,if the rad is clean inside and out get it warmed up,remove the rad cap without scalding yourself,with the engine idling look for air bubbles in the coolant,if you are getting air bubbles chances are there is compression leaking into the cooling system,which could be anything from a bad head gasket to a cracked head or liner.
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